Monday, August 11, 2014

Rainbow Honey 20% Cooler

It's been a loooooong time since I took these photos, but they sort of go with last week's blue creme comparison since I actually just put it over those five polishes.  So, because it's been a long time since I did this mani, and my brain doesn't remember things very well anymore, this will be a predominantly picture heavy post.  Enjoy Madame Righty as she shows you 20% Cooler!

[I purchased all polishes myself.]

Just as a memory refresher, my undies are (from thumb to pinkie): Deborah Lippman Let's Hear it For the Boy, Elevation Alphubel, OPI What's with the Cattitude, BarryM Blueberry Ice Cream, and China Glaze Electric Beat.  I really liked the look of this glitter on top of the blues.  It reminded me of a rainbow in a clear blue sky.

20% Cooler is a clear based polish with a rainbow of glitters ranging from matte to metallic in varying sizes.

I did one coat of 20% Cooler over the blue ombre.  Application wasn't too bad, but it was definitely thick like most of my Rainbow Honeys.  So, you may need to get some thinner.

I really like how bright and happy this looks.  In the bottle, it looks like the base has a bit of a grey tinge, but it's actually clear with some micro glitters that muddy the base in the bottle.  It doesn't come across as grey or muddy on the nail, though.

I love the look of glitters matted, so I'm not sure why I don't do it more often.  Here, I've topped my mani with NYC's matte topcoat.

And then, just because I wanted to show how versatile this little guy can be, I used OPI Don't Touch My Tutu, my go-to white jelly, to do a jelly sandwich!

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So, what do you think?  Do you like rainbow glitters?  Which is your favorite rainbow glitter?

[I purchased all polishes myself.]


  1. I still haven't tried matting any glitters. I love it when I see it, but I never think about it!

    1. You definitely should! It's always a nice way to mix things up when you start to get bored with a mani! ;)